It is open-source, cross-platform and schema-less.
February 09, 2018

It is open-source, cross-platform and schema-less.

Sonaj Gupta | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with MongoDB

Yeah, I liked this MongoDB advanced version of SQL we solved many businesses problems with MongoDB. It stores huge amounts of data used by our organization to store market customers databases on our server.

Pros

  • Its ease of scale means auto balancing and reads by using replica sets.
  • It's cheaper in cost and depends upon RDBMS structure. It is platform independent and we can run on Linux as well
  • Its DB is schema-less if you want free and flexible table documents you should follow MongoDB so I recommend it

Cons

  • When one problem occurs we can't use joins and flexibility queries.
  • Data size in MongoDB is typically higher due to document failed names stored it.
  • It is not a great solution for performing a lot of writes when data size grows. It became lazy and we use other software to bring it back.
  • investment for future
  • return and profit
  • increased productivity of business
  • my sql
optimize web application.
Scalability, security, big database sets, schema-less, huge write loads, supports cloud-based open-source cross-platform document-oriented DB program develops and releases quickly, inexpensively and it stores large amounts of data with little structure.
From my point of view when it uses joins then it can be used anywhere by anyone. We know it's built for clustering which means data is spread over multiple independent servers. If you need to load high amounts of data with a low business value then MongoDB is fine.

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